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식품분야 규제정책의 변화와 향후 식품안전 관리 강화를 위한 규제합리화(Regulatory policy changes in food sector and rationalization of food safety regulations for enhanced food safety management)

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  • 식품분야 규제정책의 변화와 향후 식품안전 관리 강화를 위한 규제합리화(Regulatory policy changes in food sector and rationalization of food safety regulations for enhanced food safety management)
  • 정기혜; 김어지나; 김동우; 조주연; 김동영; 정병규
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Title 식품분야 규제정책의 변화와 향후 식품안전 관리 강화를 위한 규제합리화(Regulatory policy changes in food sector and rationalization of food safety regulations for enhanced food safety management)
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Author(Korean)

정기혜; 김어지나; 김동우; 조주연; 김동영; 정병규

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서울:한국보건사회연구원

Date 2013-12
Series Title; No 연구보고서 / 2013-05
ISBN 978-89-6827-036-9 93510
Pages 171
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language Korean
File Type Link
Subject Social Development < Health
Holding 한국보건사회연구원

Abstract

The purpose of this study is to analyze the history of regulatory policy changes in food safety sector with enactment and amendment status of laws, enforcement ordinances, and enforcement regulations and to propose the appropriate direction of regulatory policy for enhanced food safety management.
Regulation is defined in two ways. First, regulation in a narrow sense is a government interference in the market mechanism. Second, regulation in a broad sense is not limited to the economic area, but connotes overall government interventions for the maintenance of social order. With budget and administrative organization, regulation is counted as a role of "Hidden tax."
Regulation can be classified according to characteristics and standard of regulation registration. Classifications of regulation by characteristics are economic regulations (2,695 cases), social regulations (2,302 cases), and administrative regulations (1,955 cases). Also, regulations divided by standard of regulation registration are main regulations and subordinate regulations.